Subject: Do cells have 'memory'?
Date: Mon Mar 19 00:59:23 2001
Posted by Markus
Grade level: grad (non-science)
City: Aliso Viejo State/Province: CA
Area of science: Cell Biology
Theoretically, cells in the brain are capable of retaining sensory experiences
(memory), in the form of chemical interactions. Though brain cells are
differentiated from other cells in the body, they originate from the same basic
(stem) cells. So, wouldn't ALL cells have some form of memory?
Re: Do cells have 'memory'?
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